By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — July 11, 2016 … Is Jerusalem Jewish? That is the question the UN will be addressing tomorrow. This morning the Israeli Foreign Ministry sent an open letter to members of the UN’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) ahead of tomorrow’s vote on a draft resolution… Read More »
By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — May 17, 2016 … The following was communicated by the Prime Minister’s Office to the Israel News Agency. Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today commented as follows on Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s remarks: “I welcome Egyptian President El-Sisi’s remarks and his willingness to make every effort… Read More »
What Do These Women Have In Common? A. They are all Jewish. B. They were all murdered by Islamic terrorists. C. They are all innocent civilians – mothers, daughters, sisters. D. The United Nations has remained silent on their murders. E. All of the above.
By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency New York, NY — December 20, 2015 … It’s not a joke. The one international organization which loves to bash the Jews and their tiny democratic state – Israel – has declared Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, an official holiday. Last Thursday the UN officially recognized Yom Kippur as an… Read More »
New York, New York — March 31, 2015 … The United Nations is turning a blind eye to the murder of Christians and other minorities in the Arab world, said Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor. “In 2013, three Iranian Christians were caught selling Bibles, found guilty of ‘crimes against state security,’ and… Read More »
UN Human Rights Council: Kill Jews, But Say Free Palestine! Special to Israel News Agency from Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs Instead of investigating Hamas’ deliberate attacks on Israeli civilians and the use of Palestinian civilians as human shields, the UN decided to “investigate” Israel, a democracy exercising its legitimate right of self-defense. Throughout the… Read More »